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Stuff You Never Knew About the Adirondacks: Part 2 – The Adirondack, Burnell, Westport or Muskoka Chair

by Cie McCullough Buschle

Anyone who has ever been to the Adirondacks, or even remotely close to them, knows about the Adirondack Chair: big, broad back, high enough to rest your head on; large, over sized arms; built on a slight slant to adjust for the steep mountain terrain. […]

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Stuff You Never Knew About the Adirondacks, Part 1: How Lake Placid is Related to the Dewey Decimal System

by Cie McCullough Buschle

Melville Dewey. A name synonymous with libraries everywhere. For of course, anyone who has ever gotten a book out of the library has seen the little numbers on the binding, even if they don’t know it’s part of the Dewey Decimal System, copyrighted by Mr […]

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Shrine of the Muses

by Cie McCullough Buschle

Each year, on or around May 18th, there are two important events. One is, it’s my father’s birthday. The second is that it’s International Museum Day. The idea behind International Museum Day is to show how important museums are for cultural enrichment and understanding. How […]

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The Secret Life of Christmas Elves

by Cie McCullough Buschle

Santa’s elves are known to be tiny, dwarf-like creatures, either male or female, with pointed ears. They are immortal and have magical powers that can control what you see and hear. Christmas elves can become invisible any time they wish and are very hard to […]

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